Camping

Camping in Aireys Inlet

Re-discover nature and choose to camp on your next holiday in Aireys Inlet! Whether it’s a holiday park located close to town or national park campsite within a seculded bush setting, Aireys Inlet has it all.

Contact the Lorne Visitor Information or Torquay Visitor Information more details.

1. Camp at Aireys Inlet Big 4

Aireys Inlet Big 4 provides one of the best camping options available within the township of Aireys Inlet, offering great facilities for overnight stays, weekend getaway trips or week long stays. At this park you’ll discover affordable powered and unpowered campsites, cabins, playgrounds and even a pool.

Situated in the heart of Aireys Inlet, you’ll find all the facilities of town at your fingertips, including Aireys Inlets main attractions, beaches and walking tracks.

2. Hammonds Campground, Aireys Inlet.

Hammond Road Campground is in peaceful bushland setting frequented by Eastern Grey Kangaroos and native wildlife. This campground is a short drive from Aireys Inlet, providing the perfect balance between ocean and forest.

The campsite is divided into tent, campervan and caravan sites, with graveled and drive through road access available. This is a paid and pre-booked campsite managed by Parks Victoria.

Available facilities: car parking, toilets, communal fireplaces, picnic tables.

3. Hammonds North Campground, Aireys Inlet.

Although, not a Parks Victoria campsite (managed by DELWP), this is a stunning campground located in bushlands. Here, you’ll find cleared sites set amongst forest trees and numerous native birds. This campground cannot be booked and works on a first serve basis.

Available facilities: car parking, toilets, communal fireplaces, picnic tables and is pet-friendly.

4. Tanners Campground, Wensleydale.

This is a truly special campsite, sitting amongst forest trees and native wildlife. Accessed from Cape Otway Road via Wensleydale Station Road then left onto Wormbete Station Road, or from Anglesea via Forest Road. Cannot be booked and works on a first come first serve basis. (Managed by DELWP)

Want to bring the whole family? why not… horses and dogs permitted.

Available facilities: car parking, toilets, communal fireplaces, picnic tables and is pet-friendly.

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